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I want encode 12 cameras using nvmedia_iep. And i notice instance ID only support 0~2 , so how to support 12cameras at same time ?
Please share the code snippet about the instance ID so I can easily look into it. Thanks.
That’s hardware instances underneath. You can just use NVMEDIA_ENCODER_INSTANCE_AUTO, “2”. Please refer to NvMediaEncoderInstanceId.
hi @VickNV ,
yes i am using the api of nvmedia_iep
NvMediaIEP* NvMediaIEPCreate ( const NvMediaDevice * device,
const void * initParams,
So does it support 12 cameras? Looks only support three instanceId at the same time. Any way can support 12 cameras?
Yes, you can follow Can h265 encoder support 12 camera? - #3 by VickNV to use auto one.
NVMEDIA_ENCODER_INSTANCE_AUTO: Specifies that the encoder instance ID can be set dynamically during encode.
Hi @wangxuhui1 :
Did you successfully encode 12 cameras at the same time?
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